Glendale Middle School is committed to the success of students, families and our community.
- Glendale Middle is proud to be an integral part of the community.
- Glendale Middle has the resources to help students and families succeed.
- By working together we can make our community stronger.
- Glendale Middle is a safe and caring place where everyone is welcome.
News & Announcements
Latinos in Action Food Drive = Success!
Posted: December 5, 2013
Our food drive for the Utah Food Bank was EXTREMELY successful thanks to you and your students. Collectively, we have over 1,700 items plus over $100 in donations.
The winning Classroom teams were: 1st Place - Michael Denker; 2nd Place - Andrew Bernstein; and, 3rd Place - Greg Mohammed. Thanks to all of you for your hard work!
Community Learning Center News
Posted: December 4, 2013
The Community Learning Center is hosting a Holiday Craft Fair (12/13/13). Please click on the Community Learning Center link for more details.
Glendale Teachers Win Awards!
Posted: December 4, 2013
The Glendale MS 7th and 8th grade Science Team won the District Award for Student Improvement for the 2013-2014. We are proud of Wayne Culley, Caroline Krater and Christine Kende (retired) and hope that they enjoy their prizes of a night's stay at Little America. Way to go!
Several other teachers earned SLCSD Certificates for being Highly Effective Teachers:
6th Grade - Andrew Bernstein, Adam Gerlach, Erik Jacobson, Dan Moyes, Anela Noriega, Brooke Simons, Anthony Sudweeks
7th Grade - Caroline Krater, Victoria Muehlenberger (Gee)
8th Grade - Wayne Culley, Christine Kende (retired)
Special Ed - Eli Lovett
Congratulations to everyone!
Wednesdays - School starts at 8:50 AM
Posted: September 4, 2013
Parents - Please remember that school starts at 8:50 AM on Wednesdays.
Glendale Wins an Award!
Posted: August 29, 2013
School Progress Awards are given to the schools who show the greatest amount of student achievement growth. To determine which schools win the awards, Criterion Reference Test (CRT) scores from the past two years are compared. The schools where the highest number of students show above average growth in the CRT tested subjects of math, language arts, and science are named School Progress Award winners. Comparing growth instead of just test scores makes the program fair for all schools, regardless of demographics.
Congratulations to all of the students, teachers and staff for earning this recognition!